Anna-Maria Bribiesca is an art teacher and a multidiscipline artist, who has been practising all of her life. Her parents (Lois Marie Ashton Bribiesca and José Maria Bribiesca) were artists and members of the first Arts and Crafts Market (The Browns Mill) in the 1960s. This had an immense influence on Anna-Maria from a very young age.
Photography has been Anna-Maria’s forte for the last 40 years, though she works in other mediums: textile, painting, sculpture, mixed media, jewellery and moving image.
Anna-Maria exhibits solo and in group shows annually in the Auckland Festival of Photography¸ the Franklin Art Award and the Pollok Art Gallery exhibitions. She also supplies Pollok Art Gallery, Art Industry Gallery, and Arohart Gallery with her various art forms. Anna-Maria exhibits at and curates the annual Manurewa High School Art Exhibition.
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